Beta

Rahlfs 1127

Oxford, Lincoln College, Gr. 31. No diktyon: 48685.
s. XII/2 | Palimpsest (ff. 43-206)  The scriptura inferior is unknown. The scriptura superior consists of the Psalms; Paper (ff. 1-42, 207), 207 ff., 160 × 111 mm  Text area: 105 × 70, 1 col., 21 lines per page. |  Minuscule (Epsilon style).
Psalms and Odes (illuminated). | Felix Albrecht has identified this manuscript as a palimpsest. There is a decorated headpiece on f. 1r and a headband on f. 103r. Prayers have been added in the lower margin of several folios by a different hand, cf. Parpulov (2014: Appendix B1).Text-type: L.
Content
1r–194rPs 1-150 On f. 68v there is a damaged miniature of David and Nathan
194rProse colophon
194vDamaged miniature of David and Goliath.
195rPs 151
196r–197rOde 1
197r–201rOde 2
201r–202rOde 3
202r–203vOde 4:1-18b
204r–205vOde 7: 27b-45b
205v–206vDaniel 3:46-51 and Ode 8:1-75a
207Blank
Bibliography
Canart, P., “Les écritures livresques chypriotes du milieu du XIe siècle au milieu du XIIIe et le style palestino–chypriote 'epsilon'”, Scrittura e civiltà 5 (1981) 17–76, 44.
Cutler, A., The Aristocratic Psalters in Byzantium, Paris 1984, 60.
Nelson, R. and J. Bona, “Relative Size and Comparative Value in Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts: Some Quantitative Perspectives”, in D. Harlfinger, G. Prato (eds.), Paleografia e codicologia greca: Atti del II Colloquio internazionale Berlino–Wolfenbüttel, 17–20 ottobre 1983, Alessandria 1991, 339–353, 351. 
Parpulov, G., Toward a History of Byzantine Psalters, ca. 850–1350 AD, Plovdiv 2014, Appendix B1. 
Weyl Carr, A., “A Group of Provincial Manuscripts from the Twelfth Century”, Dumbarton Oaks Papers 36 (1982) 39–81, 40 (n. 16), 43, 78. 
Catalogues
Coxe, H. O., Catalogus codicum MSS. qui in collegiis aulisque Oxoniensibus: Catalogus codicum MSS. Collegii Lincolniensis, Oxonii 1852, 17. 
Rahlfs, A., Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften des Alten Testaments (Mitteilungen des Septuaginta–Unternehmens der königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, 2), Berlin 1914, 176. 
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